Wanna know a secret? I hate deviled eggs. Not dislike... HATE! But I am a man that likes a challenge. I always try to cook things I haven't liked in the past hoping I can revamp them into something delicious.
When I saw the idea of Indian spiced deviled eggs, I couldn't stop thinking about them! I thought that this might be the deviled egg preparation that I finally fell in love with. The outcome was great and actually turned a few deviled egg skeptics into believers.
The other idea here is deviled egg roulette. This is a fun game you can play with many different apps, deviled eggs, meatballs, pigs in a blanket, etc. Make one or 2 of them hot! Really spicy! Let your guests know beforehand that there are a few spicy ones, then have a special prize for the person who gets the hot one.
That’s a lot of heat!
This is an easy recipe. Everything into the blender with some vinegar and pulse it up.
Adding your own labels is a nice touch. Now, on to the deviled eggs.
My favorite curry pastes start with browned onions. Just add a little masala spice
Some traditional deviled egg ingredients, some not so traditional.
Hard-boiled eggs. Start them in cold water, and when it comes to a boil, wait 1 minute and remove from heat. 10-12 minutes later, put in an ice bath. When cooled, peel them and cut in half.
The yolks in the blender with the onions and spices.
Two hot ones. Really hot! Deviled egg roulette!
Which one should you take? Choose carefully! Its contents will help you on your way.
RECIPE: Unlucky 13 Sauce
Dan Whalen no longer thinks that deviled eggs are the devil. Check out his blog at The Food in My Beard; check Dan’s Tablespoon profile often to try his recipes with creative international spins!